Clooney’s actors shine, and that’s almost enough
Yesterday, the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens took the standard trip to the White House to meet, greet, and pose for a photo with President Obama.SEE ALSO: Jesse Ventura says Obama is basically the black George W. Bush But the starting center on that team -- St. Paul native and longtime Viking ... More >>
Get out your hanky so you don't spill a tear in your beer; from Susanna Clark to Kitty Wells, several legendary country singers and songwriters passed on in 2012, and their loss is felt keenly as our connection to a better time in traditional country goes slippin' away.
A controversial Radiolab episode opens old wounds and raises countless questions for Minnesota's Hmong
MNGOP leaders are accusing the DFL of race-baiting with a new anti-Rep. King Banaian mailer.SEE ALSO:-- Minnesota is one of the least racist states, according to Google (and Harvard)-- Bemidji cross burning: Two white men, ages 19 and 20, arrested [MUGSHOTS]-- Racist Art Song's chicken wings sign un ... More >>
One of the state's top employers brings heart and innovation to the workplace
Juxtaposition Arts hosts release show on Saturday
Bradlee Dean is on the offensive again, launching a vicious and inane attack on Dan Savage for being critical of the Bible. Savage spoke to high school students recently and talked about how it's possible to "ignore the bullshit" in the Bible about gay people "the same way we have learned to ignore ... More >>
Avoid driving Washington Avenue at the U from now on.The train is coming, and you'd better get out of the way. Sometime late Sunday afternoon, trucks are going to roll up Washington Avenue where it bisects the University of Minnesota campus and drop off a bunch of barricades. Work crews are ... More >>
Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken U.S. Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken voiced strong support this morning for President Barack Obama's nomination this morning of Solicitor General Elena Kagan as the next justice for the U.S. Supreme Court. Both senators sit on the judiciary committee, wh ... More >>
And the gyms of January
The Times now says it would not have published the piece as written had it known that 3M paid for the airfare.
For Barack Obama's birthday, we take a quick walk down memory lane, highlighting some of the president's more notable food preferences.
Hostel Part II writer-director Eli Roth on opening opposite George Clooney and making a "feminist horror film"
Brooklyn's Grizzly Bear sip mint juleps and lemonade out at their yellow house
RFIDs and the coming age of the digital pickpocket
The case of the horny pharaoh--and other trick sarcophagi
Hollywood auteur-cum-harlot cops a convoluted plea in 'Spartan'
Each Sunday, Nancy Smith puts on one hell of a show for God
Want to be "middle class"? Don't have kids.
Tiki Obmar compose the IDM soundtrack to your high school experience
'The Beautiful and the Damned' meets 'The Naked and the Dead'
Amid all the carnival barking of the fringe, we tell you which tent shows deserve your ten bucks
Startup.com makes a mint out of a losing proposition
The enemy of salacious TV programming might be the family-friendly wonder Gilmore Girls
No one's giving much thought to Ralph Nader's running mate. But it has never been a good idea to underestimate Winona LaDuke.
The NAACP's education lawsuit promised to be a watershed case for poor and minority kids. So when exactly did the wheels come off?
The surprise hit Judging Amy is a kind of woman's standard, in the key of melodrama
Three debut collections of short stories question our terms of endearment
Have you played a board game lately?
Lady and the cad: Alice (Chloë Sevigny) and Des (Chris Eigeman) toast the last days of disco
Wok on the mild side: Lotis Key and Soon-Tek Oh star in Theater Mu's tepid take on the American Dream
Yo-Yo a go-go: The cellist in Mark Morris's "Falling Down Stairs"
You'd think that Clinton's decision amounting to a death sentence for thousands of HIV-positive Americans might generate a public outcry. Instead, the chattering classes were obsessed with Dick Gephardt's speech at Harvard.
The 1997 Tongue-on-the-Flagpole Awards
Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts caretake our paranoia in Conspiracy Theory.
In the wake of Najarian and Shabazz, the U.S. attorney and former DFL prodigy finds his once-bright political future in question.